Apis

[ey-pis]
noun Egyptian Religion.
  1. a sacred bull worshiped at Memphis: identified originally with Ptah and later assimilated with Osiris to form the Ptolemaic Serapis.
Also called Hapi, Hap.
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Examples from the Web for apis

Historical Examples of apis

  • Apis is no less efficacious against the higher grades of ophthalmia.

    Apis Mellifica

    C. W. Wolf

  • Apis is the most appropriate remedy for inflammation of the tongue, mouth, and throat.

    Apis Mellifica

    C. W. Wolf

  • If the liver is organically diseased, Apis is no longer sufficient.

    Apis Mellifica

    C. W. Wolf

  • These are all the rules which I have so far been able to infer from my use of Apis.

    Apis Mellifica

    C. W. Wolf

  • In such a case it is above all things necessary to saturate the organism with Apis.

    Apis Mellifica

    C. W. Wolf


British Dictionary definitions for apis

Apis

noun
  1. (in ancient Egypt) a sacred bull worshipped at Memphis
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